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Photo: Tyler Roemer

The Cascadian Rhythm

By Colin Wiseman   |   Jan 26, 2017 January 26, 2017

“I just want to stay home and ride wind lips,” Josh Dirksen says. A simple statement. A simple goal. It was April 2014. We’d been camped out on Central Oregon’s South Sister for a couple of days. Getting to our midmountain camping spot had taken some time, but… Read More

Jumbo Unchanged

Jumbo Unchanged

By Alex Yoder   |   Jan 6, 2016 January 6, 2016

Feeling lost. Feeling far from help. Far from a store, motors and people. I am existing in a world much bigger than I can comprehend. What I can see is all that is. I’m alive to find what I can’t yet see. There are two times of day: light… Read More

Above: Burton team rider Terje Haakonsen on the descent. Photo: Aimee Lyn Brown

The Fifth Annual Dirksen Derby Supporting Tyler Eklund

By Aimee Lyn Brown   |   Dec 19, 2011 December 19, 2011

Right about the time contest organizer and Patagonia snowboard ambassador Josh Dirksen yelled go, professional snowboarder Scotty Whitlake fell over laughing, legend Terje Haakosen cracked a smile and 28 shreds of all ages and genders grabbed splitboards and took off running uphill in shitty snow… Read More

Illustration: Walker Cahall

The Glacier Project

By The Dirtbag Diaries   |   Nov 5, 2018 November 5, 2018

“Any time I ski a steep line, I’ve done it hundreds of times, and still every time for me there is that moment of fear on top, where I am like, ‘Do I really want to do this?’,” says Jason Hummel. “But, also, anytime you do anything scary, it really… Read More

On the Road with Solitaire, Episode 4 – Low Tide

On the Road with Solitaire, Episode 4 – Low Tide

By Nick Waggoner   |   May 24, 2011 May 24, 2011

“When you land in a freeride mecca and things are neither free, nor rideable, what’s a guy to do? It was time to make lemons into lemonade.” The fourth in a series of posts from Nick Waggoner and the crew at Sweetgrass Productions. They’re currently hard at work… Read More

Alex Yoder surfing a snowy swell. Hokkaido, Japan. Photo: Garrett Grove

Re-Psychled

By Patagonia   |   Nov 19, 2018 November 19, 2018

Before we could challenge the snow industry to move to recycled materials, we had to change our thinking, too. There are a number of ways to reduce a garment’s impact, but none more significant than making it out of recycled fabric. Doing so keeps material out of landfills and cuts… Read More

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